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Must see in Weimar. I love libraries and the history of this place is tragic and majestic. If you have time and can get the tickets in advance, I totally recommend it in order to know the classic Weimar from the inside.
Just outrageously good and stunning. The regent whose husband died 10 years earlier opened up her wold class private library to the benefit of her people. What an enlightened ruler(ess) in the 18th Century. She employed Goethe the greatest German poet and her son donated...More
Considered a World Heritage site and after the fire suffered in 2004, the library and the rococo room is a must visit. It is interesting the description and the evolution of the place and the master pieces that it contains. You should book the tickets...More
After the big fire in 2004 the library the restauration lasted until 2015 with an impressive result and worthwhile the millions of hours and euros spent on it. It is truly UNESCO World heritage. Do not miss it!
I would have give 3 stars for the value of visiting the library itself. But the visiting experience was very bad due to the unfriendly service. Due to the limited entry, we booked the ticket online, but this didn't save any time at all. There...More
The price is too high for a nice Rocoo Hall. The hall is nice but you cannot even wander around freely as most of it is unallowed space. For 8 euros, I found it too expensive. It should cost 3-4 euros. It is just a...More
I had heard of the library beforehand. Its patron was the Anna Amalia, Duchess of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach. She commissioned the state's literary collection to be moved to the library in 1766, and what a collection it was. In large numbers, 1 million books, including works by...More
We needed to see this. We had not booked tickets in advance so before 09.00 in the morning we were standing outside cueing for a certain number of entrance tickets they release every morning. And we were lucky. It's definititely worth visiting the library once...More
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Sorry I did not see this sooner. Hopefully, I am not too late. There is plenty of parking around the area. Almost all of it will be paid parking unless you don't mind parking a little further away in a neighborhood and then... More
Sorry I did not see this sooner. Hopefully, I am not too late. There is plenty of parking around the area. Almost all of it will be paid parking unless you don't mind parking a little further away in a neighborhood and then walking. There is free parking on Schubertstrasse.